Cathay Pacific Direct Return Flights to Hong Kong from London (Nov/Dec) £402 including 30kg luggage via Skyscanner
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Cathay Pacific Direct Return Flights to Hong Kong from London (Nov/Dec) £402 including 30kg luggage via Skyscanner

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Posted 24th Jun
Good price for direct return Cathay Pacific flights to Hong Kong for November and December. Price includes 30kg checked baggage. BA and Virgin are also available for around £380 direct return flights but doesn't include checked luggage. Weather is pleasant in November at an average of 24 degrees.



Sample dates London to Hong Kong return £402

  • 5th Nov to 12th Nov
  • 11th Nov to 20th Nov
  • 18th Nov to 26th Nov
  • 3rd Dec to 12th Dec
  • 4th Dec to 11th Dec
  • 9th Dec to 16th Dec

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LewsTherin25/06/2019 14:04

40 days is a long time for a holiday, or are you visiting family?



Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Bay adventure, Big Buddha, 360 cable and surrounding Islands etc. We are out every day. Lots to do in HK

I am classed as an "HK Permanent resident" even though I was born in the UK.

Rushed back to HK in 1996 before the handover to get permanent residency by descent. Three solid days of queuing at HK immigration @ Wan Chai but worth it in the end.
Edited by: "Speculator" 25th Jun
Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!


My faves are, Victoria Peak go up on the worlds longest escalator (when on the up mode) and then the Peak Tram, Jumbo Floating restaurant in Aberdeen (James Bond featured but expensive), Lantau Island by bus or cable car (Very scary either way!!!), Temple of 10,000 Buddhas (Lots of steps, and a mumified monk covered in gold leaf!!)an interesting cemetery next door were they burn offerings made out of paper like a paper Rolls Royce & Fake money so the ancesterors get it in the after life, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) on Lantau Island (Even more steps), Ocean Park (like a Sea Life centre on steroids with another scary cable car) and it has Pandas black & white type!!, Go on the Star ferry to Kowloon and the MTR, Fireworks and light show on the water front facing the HKSB & Bond building. Temple Street Night market is a must for cheap well just about anything electrical or new, phones drones you name it....
from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe last minute and avoid the others.

We are going next month for 40days. Can't wait.
Edited by: "Speculator" 24th Jun
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from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe last minute and avoid the others.

We are going next month for 40days. Can't wait.
Edited by: "Speculator" 24th Jun
Awesome heat for me shame I can't hit it twice.
Speculator24/06/2019 18:58

from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe …from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe last minute and avoid the others.We are going next month for 40days. Can't wait.


Used traveltrolly loads they seem to be good too
Cheers chichi


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Should have known it was you @Chanchi32 - it wasn't gonna be @idontflycathay after all!!!
Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!
Nothing special prices usually around this range, go many times a year for work
With free tear gas thrown in....
Speculator24/06/2019 18:58

from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe …from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe last minute and avoid the others.We are going next month for 40days. Can't wait.


40 days is a long time for a holiday, or are you visiting family?
if only flights to japan were that good
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 14:08

if only flights to japan were that good


Japan return was £400 a fair few times last year and earlier this year.
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 14:08

if only flights to japan were that good


Granted it's not £400 from LHR to Japan, but there are quite a few LLC flying between HK and Japan, if anyone is thinking of also going to Japan in Nov.
us_agent201225/06/2019 14:11

Japan return was £400 a fair few times last year and earlier this year.


for direct?
burnduck25/06/2019 14:22

Granted it's not £400 from LHR to Japan, but there are quite a few LLC …Granted it's not £400 from LHR to Japan, but there are quite a few LLC flying between HK and Japan, if anyone is thinking of also going to Japan in Nov.


how much would that be
LewsTherin25/06/2019 14:04

40 days is a long time for a holiday, or are you visiting family?



Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Bay adventure, Big Buddha, 360 cable and surrounding Islands etc. We are out every day. Lots to do in HK

I am classed as an "HK Permanent resident" even though I was born in the UK.

Rushed back to HK in 1996 before the handover to get permanent residency by descent. Three solid days of queuing at HK immigration @ Wan Chai but worth it in the end.
Edited by: "Speculator" 25th Jun
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 14:24

for direct?


Yep, if you are looking for later this year they may be higher due to the world cup.
us_agent201225/06/2019 14:48

Yep, if you are looking for later this year they may be higher due to the …Yep, if you are looking for later this year they may be higher due to the world cup.


ive never seen any direct flights to japan for that cheap
Cathay though... A million miles away from what it was, now this is probably one of the worst options (by quality) to get to Hongkong now. VA often fly cheap direct if you don't mind a 5am land in LHR.
Speculator25/06/2019 14:26

Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Day …Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Day adventure, Big Buddha, 360 cable and surrounding Islands etc. We are out every day. Lots to do in HKI am classed as an "HK Permanent resident" even though I was born in the UK.Rushed back to HK in 1996 before the handover to get permanent residency by descent. Three solid days of queuing at HK immigration @ Wan Chai but worth it in the end.


Haha yeah we have friends who are in process of applying and have to rush back to get the permanent residency interviews done.
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 14:08

if only flights to japan were that good


I booked one week in HK and one week IN Tokyo return and it was only £490. If your going too hk anyway its pretty cheap to fly to Japan from there. Was £70 extra from my hk flight. The only slight con is the return flight too London goes back to HK first before flying direct too London 2hours later.
Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!


My faves are, Victoria Peak go up on the worlds longest escalator (when on the up mode) and then the Peak Tram, Jumbo Floating restaurant in Aberdeen (James Bond featured but expensive), Lantau Island by bus or cable car (Very scary either way!!!), Temple of 10,000 Buddhas (Lots of steps, and a mumified monk covered in gold leaf!!)an interesting cemetery next door were they burn offerings made out of paper like a paper Rolls Royce & Fake money so the ancesterors get it in the after life, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) on Lantau Island (Even more steps), Ocean Park (like a Sea Life centre on steroids with another scary cable car) and it has Pandas black & white type!!, Go on the Star ferry to Kowloon and the MTR, Fireworks and light show on the water front facing the HKSB & Bond building. Temple Street Night market is a must for cheap well just about anything electrical or new, phones drones you name it....
Probably not a great time to book a trip to Hong King. No wonder the flights are cheap... Cold.
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 14:25

how much would that be


Depends on the season, I've seen them go for as little as ~£50 one way.
Also try booing multi city though - go to BA.com or CX website and search for multi city option - something like LHR - HKG - NRT - LHR, sometimes you'll find that it's even cheaper to do it that way.
concerneduser154225/06/2019 16:26

Probably not a great time to book a trip to Hong King. No wonder the …Probably not a great time to book a trip to Hong King. No wonder the flights are cheap... Cold.


If you're concerned about the on-going protest, just avoid the commercial district and use MTR to get around it.
Protests in HK are some of the most peaceful you'll see.
steviep9325/06/2019 15:48

I booked one week in HK and one week IN Tokyo return and it was only £490. …I booked one week in HK and one week IN Tokyo return and it was only £490. If your going too hk anyway its pretty cheap to fly to Japan from there. Was £70 extra from my hk flight. The only slight con is the return flight too London goes back to HK first before flying direct too London 2hours later.


wait are you booking the japan flight seperatly or as the same flight
burnduck25/06/2019 16:39

Depends on the season, I've seen them go for as little as ~£50 one way. …Depends on the season, I've seen them go for as little as ~£50 one way. Also try booing multi city though - go to BA.com or CX website and search for multi city option - something like LHR - HKG - NRT - LHR, sometimes you'll find that it's even cheaper to do it that way.


thats insane considering its like 200-300 from south korea
Speculator25/06/2019 14:26

Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Day …Yeah family & friends, and visiting Disney, Ocean Park, Discovery Day adventure, Big Buddha, 360 cable and surrounding Islands etc. We are out every day. Lots to do in HKI am classed as an "HK Permanent resident" even though I was born in the UK.Rushed back to HK in 1996 before the handover to get permanent residency by descent. Three solid days of queuing at HK immigration @ Wan Chai but worth it in the end.


Stanley beach is also nice

Spizzenergi25/06/2019 16:14

Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as …Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!My faves are, Victoria Peak go up on the worlds longest escalator (when on the up mode) and then the Peak Tram, Jumbo Floating restaurant in Aberdeen (James Bond featured but expensive), Lantau Island by bus or cable car (Very scary either way!!!), Temple of 10,000 Buddhas (Lots of steps, and a mumified monk covered in gold leaf!!)an interesting cemetery next door were they burn offerings made out of paper like a paper Rolls Royce & Fake money so the ancesterors get it in the after life, Tian Tan Buddha (Big Buddha) on Lantau Island (Even more steps), Ocean Park (like a Sea Life centre on steroids with another scary cable car) and it has Pandas black & white type!!, Go on the Star ferry to Kowloon and the MTR, Fireworks and light show on the water front facing the HKSB & Bond building. Temple Street Night market is a must for cheap well just about anything electrical or new, phones drones you name it....


Gosh that does bring back memories
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 16:59

wait are you booking the japan flight seperatly or as the same flight


I used Expedia and it was all booked at the same time through cathay pacific. I did book like 9months in advance though. It was basically 400 too hk return or 500 for one week in HK then fly to Tokyo and return. Admit that the return flight time isn't great leaving Tokyo at 6am though
Speculator24/06/2019 18:58

from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe …from the list, I recommend using Netflights, STA and Travelbag and maybe last minute and avoid the others.We are going next month for 40days. Can't wait.


How so? What was your experience with the other vendors like?
burnduck25/06/2019 16:42

If you're concerned about the on-going protest, just avoid the commercial …If you're concerned about the on-going protest, just avoid the commercial district and use MTR to get around it. Protests in HK are some of the most peaceful you'll see.


Who knows what state the country will be in by November, whether travel will be allowed, etc etc etc? Booking flights now seems ridiculous.
Really great place. We went in March with BA bought the tickets via traveltrolley around £330 each. BA included baggage for free. Stayed for 5 days which wasn't enough there is a lot to see and do. Well worth a visit.
Visit before it’s raped by mainland China. We should have never given up control, soz Honkers.
manbearpig25/06/2019 20:12

Visit before it’s raped by mainland China. We should have never given up c …Visit before it’s raped by mainland China. We should have never given up control, soz Honkers.


Judging by the numbers at those demonstrations, I think many people living HK would agree with you.
Cold - not a deal. Fairly normal price for this journey that far in advance. I booked a flight to Hong Kong last year on the actual day of travel and it was £500 return also on Cathay Pacific.
kamikazilucas25/06/2019 16:59

thats insane considering its like 200-300 from south korea


200-300 from South Korea ?! I’ve never paid more than £140 for a return ...(HK to SK
majoosta25/06/2019 04:47

Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as …Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!


Get an Octopus card and load it with your anticipated spending money. It's accepted virtually everyone (except street sellers) and saves you all the fees. Take the Star Ferry when going between TST and Hong Kong Central as the trip works out about 20p each way and they depart quite regularly - up to 10 minutes each crossing. And you'll find most shops are open 10a-10p. Have fun - we did!!
majoosta25/06/2019 04:47

Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as …Great deal, op! Flying to Hong Kong from Thailand for 4 days as a little mini city break whilst on our holiday in Khao Lak - anybody got any recommendations whilst visiting Hong Kong would be greatly appreciated! Heat added!


Eat, eat everything.
JumpinJax26/06/2019 07:11

Get an Octopus card and load it with your anticipated spending money. It's …Get an Octopus card and load it with your anticipated spending money. It's accepted virtually everyone (except street sellers) and saves you all the fees. Take the Star Ferry when going between TST and Hong Kong Central as the trip works out about 20p each way and they depart quite regularly - up to 10 minutes each crossing. And you'll find most shops are open 10a-10p. Have fun - we did!!


Also do a day/half day trip to Lamma Island. Grab the little ferry at the TST ferry terminal (commuter boats, cheap) have a nice walk arounf the island, get some food at the dock and most restaurants have a free ticket back to tst included.
mikeleeds25/06/2019 15:17

Cathay though... A million miles away from what it was, now this is …Cathay though... A million miles away from what it was, now this is probably one of the worst options (by quality) to get to Hongkong now. VA often fly cheap direct if you don't mind a 5am land in LHR.


Cathy do use the Airbus a350 on this route which is very spacious and comfortable even if the service is a bit slow.
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